top of page
SSxLL Header Lineup.png

peasoupATTACK Welcomes You to the Spaceship Studios

and Luna Lounge SS & LL Season 1!

Our first team for April welcomes Episode 1

& August will showcase our last team, Episode 5.

View their bios and social media links below. 

We will feature weekly releases every Wednesday since April 6, 2022.

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel below! 



Cat is an impressionist oil painter. Her work focuses heavily on representing memory and an obsession with the way people live in their spaces. Originally born in Portugal, Cat spent her childhood visiting her birth country. She often found herself trying to recreate memories, attempting to envision the world as it was when she was a child. Living spaces and the memories they hold within their objects and walls are concepts that interest Cat. Her artwork aims to physically represent what memory feels and looks like within the mind's eye. In the pieces featured, specifically, Two Year Lease, the memory of each moment within the rooms are visualized by the layers of tulle. As the memories continue to pile up, the tulle blurs the room, and the embroidery featured on the material blends together. This is a physical representation of how memory fills a space and overlaps itself. Removing the tulle—moving out of the space and onto new places—removes the memory. The next person to take over the lease has no idea the kinds of things that happened between those walls.



Born just outside of Boston, Fulton is a self-taught guitarist who has been playing since he was eight years old. Influenced by his parents’ old record collection and the music from his teen years, Fulton’s music is inspired by a myriad of genres, ranging from the instrumentally dense Classical music, Jazz, and 70’s & 80’s Rock, all the way to the simpler, melodically accessible Pop Alternative of the 2000’s. As someone who was quite shy growing up, Fulton, now 33, found a voice through his instrument, which led to his original compositions being fully instrumental. Writing in a complex way to keep the interest of the listener, while also still holding on to catchy hooks and melodic sensibilities, Fulton’s music takes you on a journey through different tempos, keys, and moods of love, hope, nostalgia, struggle, perseverance, and more. While also drawing from other mediums ranging from Fine Arts to Cinema, the ‘Fultronix’ moniker was born out of Fulton’s love for Sci-Fi and other-worldly depictions of life and the universe. Fulton also loves teaching the guitar to aspiring students, after having undergone years of rigorous self-taught practice and ear training in the pre-YouTube era.

guitar against wall promo photo .jpg


Alexander Walk is a singer/songwriter and actor hailing from Queens, NY. Alexander began pursuing his artistic endeavors at a young age. He used art as a way to cope with the traumas and difficulties of life. By elementary school, Alexander was already writing original music and performing in school plays. Throughout his youth, Alexander continued to immerse himself in all aspects of the art world. He was later accepted into the prestigious LaGuardia Arts “Fame” High School where he continued to study his artistic passions and hone his talents. After graduation, Alexander moved to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music, where he is currently pursuing a degree in Recording & Production, Songwriting and Drama.

Left Photo Credit: Mac Lynch

Right Photo Credit: Sarah Katherine Lawless 

Christopher David Rohrig.PNG


Christopher David Rohrig is a mixed media collage artist, currently residing in Boston with his wife and their two children. Never one to stay within the lines, Christopher has been an artist rebel from a young age. Early on, he developed a fascination with the history images and objects inherit as they travel through our lives. Utilizing a mixture of personal photography and found images, Christopher’s work aims to alter the viewers perception of the world by connecting them to the times in their lives most associated with transition and change. Using layering and distortion techniques, Christopher blurs the lines between chaos and calm, in hopes viewers of his work will become more comfortable with questioning the emotions between what is and what can be.  

Chris Rohrig.JPG


Noble Dust is a progressive folk pop group from Boston, MA. Their dynamic sound is  lyrically-driven, blending ethereal vocal harmonies with intricate horn and string melodies. It’s a truly unique experience for your ears. The group released their eponymous debut EP in December of 2015. Following their EP release, Noble Dust received a grant from Club Passim’s Iguana Music Fund to complete their first full length album, And the Tide Rises, which was released in April of 2018. They have since shared stages both big and small with the likes of Christopher Paul Stelling, Adam Ezra Group and Session Americana, including a sold-out show at Club Passim, City Winery Boston MainStage and The Grey Eagle. Noble Dust is currently recording their second LP at Dimension Sound Studios in Boston, MA.



Maria Servellón is an award-winning filmmaker, multimedia artist, educator, and arts advocate from Boston, MA. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and Japanese from the University of Massachusetts Boston, and her Master of Arts in Film and Media Art from Emerson College. Maria’s artistic focus is on film and digital media, including projection, installation, photography, drawing, and design. Her work often explores the synesthetic relationships between art, music, and dance.  Maria’s work has been exhibited and screened in Massachusetts, New York, California, Oregon, the UK, and Mexico. Maria’s art has  garnered her many accolades over the last five years, including: being named one of 2018’s “Latinos 30 Under 30” by El Mundo Boston, a 2019 New England Film Star Award finalist, a 2020 Amplify Latinx “Latina Leader” and a Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce “Outstanding Young Leader” honoree. Maria has also won grants, fellowships and art residencies from the Mayor’s Office of Arts & Culture, ArtsBoston, Boston Arts & Business Council, Boston Public School, Danza Orgánica and Mass MoCA.

Jill M.
IMG_6395 low res.png


Jill McCracken is a songwriter & singer. Heavily inspired by retro stylings of Motown artists, McCracken writes stories that you can relate to, melodies that you can sing along to, and rhythms that you can dance to. 

McCracken has made a name for herself in her home city of Boston, as evident from her Boston Music Awards nomination for Vocalist of the Year (2021) and Singer Songwriter of the Year (2019), selling out local headlining shows, and supporting national acts such as Nicole Atkins, Mikaela Davis, and Diane Coffee. 

Her forthcoming single, help me, hold me, heal me, is set to be released on May 12th, 2022. 

Linda K.


Linda Khachadurian is a Beirut-born Armenian American medical editor, international educational nonprofit founder, sugar and chocolate artist, and host of The Charitable Confectioner on channel 9/Cambridge. Her online business, Chipper Confections, partners with Pure Water for the World — an organization she met while writing an article about safe water in Haiti for The Harvard Review of Latin America. 


Her sugar art and chocolate art has been sold at retailers such as UncommonGoods and displayed everywhere from local galleries to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles to the Marriott Marquis in New York City to the Sheraton Boston Hotel. Her first solo edible art exhibition was at the Karen Aqua Gallery in Cambridge from January to March of 2022.


Linda teaches sugar science and edible art classes as well as Armenian cuisine and culture classes at several different schools in the Boston and New York City areas, and her edible art skills were also showcased on the Food Network show, Candy Land. She holds degrees from Johns Hopkins and Harvard, and enjoys exploring how her science and visual arts background intersects with culinary arts.

Kachadurian copy.jpeg
Anchor 3





Prep your ears to take an odd yet delicious bite out of Atomic Guava, an alt-metal band out of Boston, MA. Atomic Guava proudly makes absurd metal music purely for the love of creating art together. The unique sounds of their songs vary—whether they’re heavy, angsty, poppy, or completely nonsensical—if tunes are fun, they’re into it! Atomic Guava was born as the world was shutting down, but one full album and a plethora of questionable decisions later, they are alive and head-banging hard. Members Ellie, Marty, Mikey, Kari and Augucci, welcome you to this rock party and hope you enjoy dining on their unique metal sounds. 

Atomic Guava


Daniela Wong-Chiulli is a mixed media illustrator born and raised in Boston, MA. A graduate of the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University with a BFA in Graphic Design, Daniela enjoys creating pieces with a suggested narrative with just enough of the fantastical thrown in to suggest a story behind the subjects. From her first tentative scribblings on the wall in crayon, she has always found inspiration in animal forms, imaginary beasts, and fantasy media. Daniela pulled much of her inspiration while growing up and learning how to draw from anime and gaming. Little makes her happier than continuing to draw in an attempt to recreate the worlds she imagined as a youth and which still appear vividly in her mind. Always starting with a pencil sketch on paper, she then refines her work with ink and colors, and finalizes the images digitally. At the core, most of Daniela’s work stems from the singular thought, “Maybe this will look cool” and progresses outwards from there by incorporating additional thematic elements as she builds a story behind each image.

bottom of page